The question of how to get a healthy and balanced PayPal account never gets outdated. Catch up with every change in PayPal’s policy and know the best practices to meet PayPal’s requirements will give you a great opportunity to do business successfully with PayPal.
The problem of sellers using Paypal payment gateway is that when their account receives a large amount of payments, especially in high sales season, it tends to be held or limited because Paypal will see it as a sign of fraud. Then, they think about a solution to add multiple Paypal accounts to a store to spread the payments and Paypal will not accumulate money to limit. However, this is not an ideal solution and here’s why.
After working with Shopify merchants who use our app to upload tracking numbers to Paypal, we have received a lot of their questions asking for the availability of a plugin to use for WooCommerce websites with the same functionality and suggest that we should create one on Wordpress.
And now, we can inform the merchant that the answer is yes. We have created Omega PayPal Tracking for Woo plugin on Wordpress for WooCommerce users to use to add tracking numbers of orders from there to Paypal automatically. Look at what it looks like, how it can help you and install it.
Have you ever worried about putting all your payments in one Paypal account and wished to use multiple Paypal accounts in one Shopify store? Shopify does not allow you to use multiple Paypal accounts in one store, however, you still can be able to switch to different Paypal accounts, and our app has updated new features adapting to this.
On 31st July, Paypal has released the newest updates of their policy to the User Agreement. Getting to know these, online merchants may take action to change their business operations and manage the customer service issues.
Sync Shopify tracking numbers with Paypal is an important job for every dropshipper who is on Shopify Ecommerce platform, for all orders, you need to fulfill and add tracking info to both Shopify and Paypal.